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been sold in the u.s. why? because america has no limit on copper levels in beef. the report says meat containing traces of copper can reach the food supply. consumer advocates say that is a problem. >> overtime, as they accumulate, they can impact organs. they can cause organ failure. >> the usda says it cannot set standards on contaminants and drive revenues without involvement from the epa. -- and the food and drug administration. >> i do not think i want that stuff in my body. >> the national cattlemen's beef association said, while the u.s. beef supply is safe by any nations standards, and the incidence of a food safety issue is a concern. the beef industry is constantly looking for ways to improve this system. in the meantime, some people are turning to organic beef. >> i think people should stop looking for deals and by the best they can. >> a usda spokesperson says that agency will implement all the recommendations. president obama appointed of food safety working group to work on issues just like this one. >>> it looks like mexico is welcoming a high-level visitor today, first
you live. phoenix is becoming the most polluted city in america and los angeles is number one for smog and ozone pollution. >>> i had a chance to talk to students about making better choices on the road. students are facing serious challenges and have had conduct issues in the record. we all had a great talk today. >> that is great to hear. >>> oprah winfrey once people to take a pledge to make their car a note phone zone. >> we took part -- we will take part in a no phone zone rally on friday. to get a complete list of the local activities, blolog onto wjla.com. we will have much more of that rally on abc 7 news at 5:00. >>> let's see what is coming up at 6:00. >> we have a developing story from capitol hill. republicans are having a change of heart about financial reform. we will hear why. also, what changes they still want to make. a big shake-up in the republican party as one former star becomes an independent. >>> this weather is all over the place. >> cold and windy today. let's check in with the dog. >> every time you look out the window, it is something different. we will go up
america, she sd a mammogram and biopsy revealed it was a non invasive cancer with a 98% recovery rate. still, she thought it would never happen to her. >> i am help ambassador for aarp, healthy all my life, and i thought i have cancer? >> she says she made a mistake. what she had her mammogram this year, it had been for years since her last one. >> instead of starting three years ago, i would be in deep trouble now because it would have spread. >> she had a lumpectomy and is preparing for radiation, but she is hopeful and determined to spread the message that she almost learned the hard way. >> i encourage women to have their yearly check ups, because without it, i would of been in trouble. >> more than 50,000 women are diagnosed with non invasive cancer each year. about 2% die of breast cancer in the next 10 years. navratilova of's prognosis is considered excellent. it >> that is good news. >>> the trial is underway in oregon state about sexual abuse and coverup within the boy scouts of america. the case was brought by a man who in the early 1980's was a listed five times by an assis
is beaten by an adult something to a child -- why? >> a boy is beaten by an adult over somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory ging old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >>> deputy say a 13-year old boy was beaten up by an angry driver while playing football near his home. the boy's family has newer information about the suspect. what have we learned? >> this truly is an on your side story. deputies have a person of interest. they are looking for him tonight. it is because of something we found right behind us. found this car and notified deputies. it is part of an investigation into what happened last friday that put a 13-year-old boy in the hospital. >> somebody doing this to a child -- why? he is a child. what did he do? he could have died. >> accord
is somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >>> a man walked into a bar and sat behind a very valuable convention. >> the internet is abuzz over this lost apple. >> at first, this story suggests this man left his super secret prototype left at a bar was sketchy. >> we started seeing the specifics. >> he says he procured the prototype and thoroughly examined it. >> it is the next iphone. it is the iphone that will be announced in about two months. >> they published a review showing new features like a video conferencing camera on the front, a thinner and more angular design. >> the person that found it found that working and apple shut it off remotely. gizmodo published a letter they received from apple asking
beat a student with batons. was a cop somewhere in america... the slightest breeze harbors immense power. the tallest buildings leave the lightest footprints. a fifty-ton train makes rely a mark on the environment. ana country facing climate change finds climate solutions. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest questions. and the over sixty thousand people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >> the university of maryland is reacting to video of a student being beaten by police officers. >> and julie parker continues our coverage on it is a story that you will only see on abc 7. she is live now from college park with campus reaction. >> we would like to advise parents that if your children are in the room right now, you might want to ask them to leave. this video is a graphic. it features images that multiple is students say they sought repeatedly the night of a riot. >> watched the student and a light-colored pants by the wall. he is walking along, until he realizes that the mounted police officer is in front of him. within sec
palin fights back my personal messages. >> sarah palin fights back against the somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >>> sarah palin is in court fighting over the privacy of her personal e-mail account. >> the college students accused hacking into her e-mail, she and her husband are scheduled to testify. >> they say it was nothing more than a prank, but prosecutors call it a crime. >> i don't think they can beat up on her too much. >> they posted her daughter's cell phone number. they told the jurors that back in september of 2008, he was excited that he figured out answers to security questions and gained control of an e-mail account that belong to the former vice presidential nominee. >> this was
of america have a big payout ahead of them. >> michelle obama makes a surprise stop in haiti during her first solo trip as first lady. >> do not buy this vehicle. why it is making its worst designation for the first time since 2001. >> d.c. parking rates are heading up. >>> it looks like you could see -- could be digging deeper into your pocket for parking. >> it is already $2 to park for one hour. sam ford is live in washington with much more on how much it cost to park. >> last year, the city raised rates to $2 per hour and in the new budget, it is proposed to be hiked to $3. it would cost a nickel per minute to park in the city and that is not going over well. >> the mayor says he needs money to close the budget gap without raising taxes. unpopular in many areas. >> they take enough money from us already. finds every two hours. what ms. a mess. >> it is hard enough to park let alone to have to pay a lot of money to park. >> president's point to the recent moves of hiring more parking enforcement agents, parking tickets now generated from street sweepers and proposals to increase fines. aaa
will have more baseball coming up on sports somewhere in america... the slightest breeze harbors immense power. the tallest buildings leave the lightest footprints. a fifty-ton train makes barely a mark on the environment. and a country facing climate change finds climate solutions. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest questions. and the over sixty thousand people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >> the first new library in 20 years opened up to date. >> it is one of 10 that is in the works. >> this neighborhood has not had a full-service library since 2004 when the old one was closed. but, today, the mayor and uncil chairman both came here to celebrate a library that both pushed for. >> the chief librarian led them in her signature cheer. after more than five years, the library is back. it brought out the city's top brass and the school out today. >> i am here for the library to open. >> everything includes 22,000 square feet of books, media and meeting space. there were dvd's, cds, more than 4000 books inside a glass and steel
-breaking crowds. >> and up next, new insights into why many wives in america stay at home. yeah, but... what.. happened to the back there? well, here's the thing: this was the only "sporty two-seater" they had on my budget. uh-huh. and the seats go all the way back. (announcer) settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. for e money you'd spend on a stripped down new car, you could get a fully loaded, guaranteed-quality used car at carmax. now more than ever, the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. you may be missing some of the protection you need for a healthy mouth. with crest pro-health toothpastes, you don't need to make that trade-off. [ sela ] crest pro-health is the first and only leading toothpaste to protect against sensitivity and all these areas dentists check most. and with crest pro-health sensitive shield, you get a smoother formula. sensitivity protection and more for a healthy mouth. new crest pro-health sensitive shield. a man can only try... and try. i heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my choleste
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. " -- with the stars. well -- "dancing with the stars." >> hey, get ready, america. it is coming. >> i heard you. melissa etheridge will perform tonight. we will see who goes all at 8:00 p.m. it will be followed by "lost. will -- by "lost." she will be fine. she will have flowers and she will have her address on. >> i got the image. -- and she will have her dress on. >> i got the image. >> married women, not tak what's all this? big news! we have another way to help you save. oh, really? how? by bundling. if you get your homeowners and auto insurance together, we give you even more savings. ooh! big bundle. [ chuckling ] home and auto together. it's like peanut butter and jelly. oh, or like burgers and fries. or pickles and ice cream. unicorns and glitter! no? bundling to save you more. now, that's progressive! call or click today. >> angry georgetown residents have a new way to rein in an unruly neighbors. >> they have a new web site. >> the blog highlights with some college problems so severe that it threatens their quality of life and the very value of their homes. >> every once in a while, s
a salute to women in leadership roles. several leaders in america were honored for excellence -- for their excellence and diversity and philanthropy. there was a special mention of dorothy height who was certainly missed today. >>> a man and man in pink spent the day fighting for better access to breast cancer screening. rebecca cooper has the details. >> they came for the district, maryland, virginia, and across the country. they had a very clear mission, their advocates said want washington to focus on breast cancer. excess arise -- excess arrive in pink, many men and women gathered on capitol hill. >> we have over 250 people here today from all over the country and making individual business, many of them their first time. it is so important for our voices to be heard. >> this congressman supports their efforts. +.i'd give them and a she lived a lot longer because of early detection and treatment. >> the advocates say they have a research effect. >> it can also be shared with other types of cancers looking for early markers and early detection. >> right here in our office,
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Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)